Fragile Earth and the Sacred: From Rachel Carson to Earth 2.0

Fragile Earth and the Sacred: From Rachel Carson to Earth 2.0

Tuesday, October 6, 2020  •  1:00pm  •  Online, via Zoom Webinar

Join us as Lisa Sideris speaks on environmental ethical issues at the intersection of religion and culture, with particular attention to the interplay between religious and scientific worldviews.

Sideris' research examines the conflict and compatibility between Darwinian perspectives on nature and natural processes, and religious-ethical claims about the natural world and its value.

More recently, her work has focused on science-based forms of environmental spirituality and the role of wonder in discourse about nature and the scientific enterprise, including the life and legacy of environmental pioneer, Rachel Carson.


NOTE: Please follow the link to join this event via Zoom Webinar. Webinar participants will be able to pose questions via the Q&A function.

This event will also be live-streamed via YouTube Live & ASU Live


This event is supported by a grant from the Templeton Religion Trust for the project, “Beyond Secularization: A New Approach to Religion, Science and Technology in Public Life.” 


Tuesday, October 6, 2020 • 1:00pm •
Online, via Zoom (Link provided with registration)